Tooth.... I was just going to add some additional foam to the front slope of the seat to move it rearward a few inches and have an upolhstry shop sew a cover over it. that way it would be sandwiched between the stock seat cover and the added peice and unable to move.
I geared mine down to 13/39. I ride steep rocky trails, and that gearing is excellent. If you have wide open spaces to ride in, it's probably too low. But for tight woods, and rock climbing, I think it's the way to go. I spend alot less time searching for that perfect gear. Previously, I was shifting back and forth between first and second. It always seemed to be either too low or to high. I was also using first gear way more than I would like to. The new setup makes 2nd and third gears very usable. Sprocket Specialists has the sprockets, I've ordered a few from there, all with good luck. I have a 40 tooth brand new one, if anyone is interested.
pitman: I got the shrouds directly from PRM's website shop - http://www.prm-atv.com/. I see scott already answered your gearing question above, but I'll post about it as well after I get them put on the bike. I'm hoping to do it tomorrow. got2b1st: Thanks for the info, that sounds sweet. Love to see some pics after you get it done. meyerz: Thanks... that sounds like an easy solution. Do you still feel like you want to be sitting way up, but don't slide there... or does it completely fix the problem?
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